A honeybee's ability to learn, recognize, and discriminate odors depends upon odor sampling time and concentration.

@article{Wright2009AHA,
  title={A honeybee's ability to learn, recognize, and discriminate odors depends upon odor sampling time and concentration.},
  author={Geraldine A Wright and Michelle M Carlton and Brian H. Smith},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={123 1},
  pages={36-43}
}
Animals sample sensory stimuli for longer periods when they must perform difficult discrimination tasks, implying that the brain's ability to represent stimuli improves as a function of time. Although it is true in other senses, few studies have examined whether increasing sampling time improves olfactory discrimination. In the experiments reported here… CONTINUE READING

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